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  • noun The act of imbittering; bitter feeling; embitterment.

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  • noun Archaic form of embitterment.


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  • Near the church there was a pleasure house to which the Emperors, vainly struggling to escape the ceremonies the clergy had fastened upon them to the imbitterment of life, occasionally resorted, and down on the shore of the Golden Horn a zoological garden termed the Cynegion had been established.

    The Prince of India — Volume 01 Lewis Wallace 1866


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